Model # 3955106N

Internet #202080282

Store SKU #877779

Shur-Line 3.5 in. x 7 in. White Fiber Non-Rip Paint and Stain Pad and Handle


3.5 in. x 7 in. White Fiber Non-Rip Paint and Stain Pad and Handle

$997 /each

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Product Overview

The 7-1/2 in. Premium Teflon Painter Pad features a pivoted handle for optimal comfort and control. The handle has a soft grip. The pad is great for detail painting in small and medium-size spaces for better control and accuracy. This threaded pad can fit mot extension poles.

  • Use for small and medium-size areas for enhanced control and precision
  • 7-1/2 in. pad width
  • Pivoted handle for comfort and control
  • Threaded to fit most extension poles
  • Teflon coating
  • Soft-grip handle
  • Locks for fixed position




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Customer Questions & Answers

Is one pad durable enough to last painting my apartment bedroom

Asked by: Kitty
No. I have painted many bedrooms over the years and this is not the product to use for that. You will have a much easier time painting walls with the traditional paint roller.
Answered by: Voyger2012
Date published: 2017-02-09

Is this a no dripping paint pad

Asked by: Boss
The best practice for loading the pad with paint is to dip it just far enough to cover the white flocking. Dip a few times at first to load with paint and run the pad along the side of the tray to remove excess paint. If not overloaded the pad will not drip between the tray and the surface to be painted.
Answered by: Shurline Product Team
Date published: 2017-01-29

Is this pad suitable for painting a ceiling?

I am painting the ceiling in an 8 x 10 laundry room with hanging cabinets covering much of the walls. It will be hard to maneuver a roller. I'm looking for an easier, and hopefully less drip prone applicator than a roller too.
Asked by: shopwise78
Yes, this pad could be used on ceilings.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-10-04

Can this pad be used to apply Xylene?

Asked by: JTA419
I found that the pad fell apart within minutes when used with an oil based urethane finish. I would assume Xylene would be worse.
Answered by: Pops
Date published: 2016-09-20
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Customer Reviews

3.5 in. x 7 in. White Fiber Non-Rip Paint and Stain Pad and Handle is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 64.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I have tied and tried to use this product. I don't care how many times you wash it or vacuum it y... I have tied and tried to use this product. I don't care how many times you wash it or vacuum it you will still get the tiny fibers in your finished product. I have even tried using tape to remove all the loose fibers. If you are painting something with a texture then the little left behind fibers probably wont matter. But if you are painting a door or cabinet box FOR GET IT. ALL YOU WILL DO IS RE-SAND THE UNIT TO REMOVE THE TINY FIBERS LEFT BEHIND. I will admit you get less left behind fibers on the first use, but don't even try to wash it and re use it, sheds like crazy. Oh how I wish there was a product to paint a smooth finish with out it having to be a sprayer. Pentrol and Floetrol are my only options.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Handle broke after doing half of first board. Had high expectations that this would save me some... Handle broke after doing half of first board. Had high expectations that this would save me some time in staining the deck, but the handle broke on the first board. Obviously, my opinion of this product is not very good. I will not buy another.
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly constructed. Pad came off the handle twice, making a mess. The button to lock the handle f... Poorly constructed. Pad came off the handle twice, making a mess. The button to lock the handle from swivel position frequently popped back to unlock (swivel). The pad holder needs to be made with a firmer plastic. Piece of junk as is.
Date published: 2017-01-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product for light-duty jobs This is the second painting pad product from Shur-Line that I've used to paint my deck. The first one was a "deck pad" specifically marketed for decks, while this one is really marketed as an alternative to a paint brush or roller. Unfortunately, the problem with these products is that they are not durable. Within 20 minutes of painting my deck, the front edge started tearing off, and after an hour, the pad would no longer stay on the holder. I'm not the only reviewer to mention this, and I think the problem is as follows: this product should be viewed as an alternative to a paint brush, not a roller. Trying to push it quickly up and down a large area, as you do with a roller, tends to tear the pad and pull it off the holder. On the other hand, I found it to be really good for painting the railings around my deck, as it put down paint smoothly, and holds much more paint than a brush. Basically, it's best for detail work, although it would be even better for that if it were a bit narrower. I could also see this as useful for typical wall painting, because it puts paint down more smoothly than a roller and covers an area so much faster than a brush. Just don't push it too hard on a long extension pole, because it will break. So to sum it up, while this may look like it will be great for painting decks, don't bother using it for that. It actually was great for 20 minutes, helping me cover boards faster than any tool I've tried so far, but it got torn up in the process. This is a light-duty tool, and it really does work better than a brush or roller for detail work, because it puts an even coat down and doesn't splatter.
Date published: 2015-08-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Careful!! Design change There is a new design and unfortunately it's not nearly as stable as prior models. In fact, I'm writing this review taking a break from a painting project as the pad keeps slipping out. Extremely frustrating and frankly not workable. Especially since it requires more work getting the pad back on than prior models did. Better quality control should have been done to ensure customer acceptance. Having been a solid supporter of this brand in the past, I'm swearing it off until a redesign with more reliability is available.
Date published: 2015-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ROLLER SPLATTERS ARE GONE. First time using a paint pad and I will not go back to using a roller. The paint pad used less paint. It was one coat coverage which also used less time in getting the job finished. The painted area was much smoother than it would have been if I had used a roller. The smooth application is due to the fact that the pad is locked into place. There is no slipping of the pad while you are using it. This 7 inch pad has an adjustable handle which is nice. It helps the pad to apply even paint and adjusts to make painting comfortable for the painter. It will also give you accuracy in tight spaces. The handle is threaded to fit extension poles. For easy clean up or replacement the pad is easily removed after unlocking.
Date published: 2013-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes straight line painting easy I was very pleased with this painting pad. It made painting the wall above baseboards and below the ceiling very easy. It also did really well at getting into the joint between walls. The sponge base holds the paint in place and distributes it evenly across the surface of the pad. As long as you do not get it too saturated, there are no drips. It was easy to disassemble with a push button latch and then the pad slides right off. After cleaning, you simply slide it back on and ensure that the button clicks into place to secure the pad. Clean up after painting was easy. Remove the pad and squeeze out the paint under running water or in a bucket.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not suitable for solvent based clear finish Used this to apply an oil base varnish to 2 slab doors laying flat on saw horses. The work took about two minutes. While working on the second door, the white pad began to separate from the yellow sponge, and once dry, I could see it left hundreds of the fibers embedded in the finish. I had to sand both doors to bare wood to remove them all.
Date published: 2016-09-20
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